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New crochet Bernat baby blanket yarn pattern – Monet

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This new Bernat baby blanket yarn pattern “Monet” was inspired by the colors of Bernat Blanket yarn ‘TinyTulips” which is perfect for a quick baby shower present. Not only the colors of this yarn are amazing but also it is wonderful to work with.

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Crochet Bernat baby blanket yarn pattern "Monet"

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Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern "Monet"

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Materials for Bernat baby blanket yarn pattern “Monet”

Using Bernat yarn for baby blanket crochet project

Finished Size of baby blanket:

46″ x 46″

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Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern "Monet"

Abbreviations

ch – chain

ch-sp – chain space

sc – single crochet

sk – skip

dc – double crochet

FPSC – front post single crochet

How to crochet a baby blanket

Ch 160 (multiples of 4) +2.

Row 1

Sc into 2nd ch from the hook and sc into every ch.  The first row of single crochet makes the edge look nicer.

ch 3, turn.

Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern "Monet"

Row 2

2 dc into the same stitch (ch3 and 2 dc represent 3 dc). *Skip 3 stitches, sc into 4th. Ch2, 3 dc into the same stitch as sc.* repeat between * * to the end of the row. The last stitch – sc into the last stitch of the row. Ch 3, turn.

Baby Blanket Pattern "Monet"

Row 3 (and all other rows)

2 dc into the same stitch (ch3 and 2 dc represent 3 dc). *Skip 2 dc and do FPSC under the front post of the last dc of the previous row. Ch2, 3 dc into sc of the previous row.* Repeat between * * to the end of the row. Last stitch – sc into last ch sp of the row (between 2nd and 3rd dc). Ch 3, turn.

Crochet Pattern 'Monet'

Repeat row 3 until you use all of the yarn (132 rows). Note, that your tension may be a little different and your total number of rows may vary slightly. Secure the last stitch, cut off the extra yarn, and weave in all tail ends.

As you can see, it is an easy crochet blanket pattern with a 1-row repeat. Bernat Baby Sport yarn is widely available in a variety of colors.

Given these points, this crochet baby blanket pattern will quickly become your go-to pattern. Most importantly, among many Bernat baby blanket yarn patterns, it is one of the easiest and is definitely suitable for beginners. 

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Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern Monet

Crochet Baby Blanket 'Monet'

Yield: Crochet
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 4 hours
Total Time: 4 hours 5 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $11

Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern 'Monet' - you would love this unique baby blanket crochet stitch inspired by Monet's bridge over the lily pond; made with Bernat Baby Sport Yarn, this easy baby blanket crochet pattern is suitable for beginners; if you are dreaming to learn how to crochet a baby blanket, this free crochet pattern is for you!

Materials

  • Bernat Big Ball Baby Sport Yarn, Tiny Tulips – 3 skeins

Tools

  • Crochet Hook: G6 – 4 mm
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors

Instructions

    1. Ch 160 (multiples of 4) +2.
    2. Row 1: Sc into 2nd ch from the hook and sc into every ch. The first row of single crochet makes the edge look nicer. ch 3, turn.
    3. Row 2: 2 dc into the same stitch (ch3 and 2 dc represent 3 dc). *Skip 3 stitches, sc into 4th. Ch2, 3 dc into the same stitch as sc.* repeat between * * to the end of the row. The last stitch – sc into the last stitch of the row. Ch 3, turn.
    4. Row 3 (and all other rows): 2 dc into the same stitch (ch3 and 2 dc represent 3 dc). *Skip 2 dc and do FPSC under the front post of the last dc of the previous row. Ch2, 3 dc into sc of the previous row.* Repeat between * * to the end of the row. Last stitch – sc into last ch sp of the row (between 2nd and 3rd dc). Ch 3, turn.
    5. Repeat row 3 until you use all of the yarn (132 rows). Note, that your tension may be a little different and your total number of rows may vary slightly. Secure the last stitch, cut off the extra yarn, and weave in all tail ends.

Notes

  1. ch – chain
  2. ch-sp – chain space
  3. sc – single crochet
  4. sk – skip
  5. dc – double crochet
  6. FPSC – front post single crochet
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